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recipes

Cat Head Biscuits

These drop biscuits are big and fluffy with a delicious, delicate crunch on the outside. The story goes that they got their name because when baked they are the color of a marmalade cat and are about the size of its head. The secret is baking them with a very light coating of vegetable oil that heat read more

tips

Money-Saving Grocery Tips from Real Moms

Grocery shopping (and how much it costs to feed a young, growing family!) can be the bane of a mom’s existence, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are 11 money-saving grocery tips collected from MOPS moms all over the US. read more

favorites

44 Things We’ve Said to Our Kids to Get Them to Eat

I still roll my eyes when I remember the pediatrician – not our regular doctor – who questioned what, and how much, we were feeding our 18 month old son. Truett was in the 30th percentile or so for weight and average height. This boy was – and still is – s-k-i-n-n-y. read more

recipes

Heart Carrots

Want to make chicken soup filled with love? How about these cute little heart shaped carrots?! Perfect for Valentine’s Day. You could put them in soup, add them to a veggie platter, or simply serve them as a snack with a side of ranch. read more

recipes

Ham and Broccoli Breakfast Bake

Cereal gets old. So does yogurt with toast. Even scrambled eggs get old. Add this little casserole from Erin Chase at $5 Dinners to the mix and breakfast will seem rejuvenated again. read more